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Ndalai M Abaniwo (male)
(Nigeria) 1979 DFFP FRCS Ed 1991
PG.Dip. In Law (The College of Law)
Farzana Bhatia (Female)
Our Practice Manager, Cheryl Hart, oversees
the day-to-day administration and smooth running of the practice.
Practice Nurse team
Our practice nurse team and health care assistant see patients
by appointment. They are involved in all the screening programmes and are competent
at carrying out general health checks. Nurses are in surgery at various times;
please request information at reception. There are also community (district)
The Community Health Services employs district (community)
nurses and health visitors etc: who are based at Five Elms Health Centre. They
can be contacted by leaving a message at reception or by calling the Health Centre
on 0208 276 7250.
There is a health visitor who covers the practice. Health visitors
have special responsibilities to mothers and children and are based at Five Elms
Health Centre. Telephone No. 020 8 276 7250.